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Messages - Doctor Gollum

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Fair dos :y

I recall them being a bit thin on the ground last time I acquired a pair in 2012 ish...

107
Does it come with a handy KY dispenser in the glove box?  ???

No need for KY jelly.

I just needs to be rammed hard from behind by a large Scania for sexual union to happen.

I didn't realise that you were that way inclined M'Lud?  ???

So you like big Viking types eh?  :)
His bed is still shaking from the last time :D

108
Might be easier to just swap out the springs and shocks for standard, especially as the air shocks are no longer available :-\

Got new shocks and springs on it  ::)
Presumably not the GM ones then?

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General Car Chat / Re: Project anyone?
« on: 05 September 2021, 16:53:16 »
Mini jigsaw!  ;D
"Not completely intact" must be the understatement of the decade ;D

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Might be easier to just swap out the springs and shocks for standard, especially as the air shocks are no longer available :-\

111
General Discussion Area / Re: Dead Person
« on: 05 September 2021, 16:49:06 »
39, but it's a moot point :'(

112
Omega General Help / Re: Scuttle Drains
« on: 05 September 2021, 16:47:59 »
It's over the chassis leg under the bulkhead projection and drains directly on to the top surface of the chassis leg. Water then drains down through the chassis leg and out all over the floor.

Two ways to find it...

1. follow the chassis rail back until you can't see your fingers and reach up.

2. find the lower wiring harness where it leaves the scuttle and go down and under.

From inside the scuttle, it is visually obscured by the wiring harness that runs across the top of it.

113
General Discussion Area / Re: In profit 😄
« on: 05 September 2021, 15:52:41 »
Had the grandkids for the weekend as their parents are in London for a few days , they wanted a Chinese last night so had a really good blowout for 52.00 & then woke up to an email from the lottery that I had won 96.00 for three numbers as it was a multiple rollover 😄

You seem naturally lucky.

Not the first time you have found financial fortune. :y
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Yes several wins over the years, but unfortunately the big one has eluded me up to now , but as they say " you've got to be in it to win it".

Hmm how much have you 'invested' over the years?   ???

Are you really in profit?  ::)  :D
Oooh, a cynic ;D

114
General Car Chat / Re: The Countdown Begins...
« on: 05 September 2021, 15:26:42 »
An old non turbo diesel Mercedes should do the job :y

Driving around the New Forest, every tit and there dog has a new VW Transporter.

Apparently, a swb low roof transit 'camper' is over 40k  :o

115
Omega General Help / Re: POLLEN FILTER
« on: 05 September 2021, 14:44:49 »
On the GM ones, the open side of the flap faces upwards and they're an even colour on both sides.

I used to pay about a tenner for genuine carbon filters from my local dealer, so I have never fitted anything else.

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The Raptor would probably outrun a derv Astra  ;D

I note the absence of a 'powered by fairy dust' sticker...

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General Discussion Area / Re: In profit 😄
« on: 05 September 2021, 14:27:08 »
52 is a bit tight for a Chinese... We normally do that per heaf :D
Not sure I've every managed that in a Chinky.  Did manage 30 a head in the Wimpy a couple of weeks back :D
Itst a consistently good restaurant, and that's for all the courses, trimmings, drink and coffees.

A percentage probably pays the immigration fines though :-X

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I like the comment, "Raptors were predators, so this makes sense.".  ;D

More disturbing is that someone saw fit to create a Mk1 Ka pick up. And then rainbow wrap it :o

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Omega General Help / Re: POLLEN FILTER
« on: 05 September 2021, 14:18:00 »
GM filters have the arrow with the word 'airflow' next to it... Bit tricky to screw up, even for the work experience bod :D

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General Discussion Area / Re: In profit 😄
« on: 05 September 2021, 13:29:58 »
52 is a bit tight for a Chinese... We normally do that per heaf :D

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